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TO BE LET, THE HOUSE, No. Cumberland Row. ' Apply to George R. Shield, No. 39, Mosley Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. TO

TO BE LET, THE HOUSE, No. Cumberland Row. ' Apply to George R. Shield, No. 39, Mosley Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. TO

BE LET, A PUBLIC HOUSE and BREWERY For Particulars, apply Mr. Gibson s Office, Bank Buildings ; or at his Agent Office, 18, Buxton Street. TO LET, AT MAY DAY NEXT, A CONVENIENT DWELLING HOUSE, at Warwick Place, near Brandling Place, Newaastle.-Apply to Mr. DOVE, Solicitor, Newca
27 March 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE MAULEY HILL PITMEN AAD THEIR EMPLOYERS.

THE MAULEY HILL PITMEN AAD THEIR EMPLOYERS.

The County Court at Gateshead was much crowded, on Monday last, to hear the trial of some cases, which some of the pitmen, formerly belonging to the Hill Colliery, had summoned Charles Palmer and William Hutt, Esquires, the owners, and Mr. Greenwell, the viewer, for the amount o
2 February 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
l to ready to c Advanced on Mortgage of Freehold or Copyhold hat Four per Cent. Apply to WM. LOCKEY

l to ready to c Advanced on Mortgage of Freehold or Copyhold hat Four per Cent. Apply to WM. LOCKEY

HARLE, Solicitor, 2, Butcher Bank, Newcastle. £500, and several smaller Sums, b V 9 TO LEND, on Freehold or Copyhold on Freehold Property. Apply to W. E. BROCKETT, Solicitor, 50, Dean Street, Newcastle. £600, and smaller Sums of Money, Sow now ready to be advanced on Mortgage es
2 February 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL. NEWCASTLE. MISS EMILY GRANT begs respectfully to announce that she purposes taking a BENEFIT on Friday, Bth February

THEATRE ROYAL. NEWCASTLE. MISS EMILY GRANT begs respectfully to announce that she purposes taking a BENEFIT on Friday, Bth February

next, when she will Perform for that Night only, under the immediate PATRONAGE of Mrs. MAYORESS and the LADIES of NEWCASTLE, &c. on which Occasion the excellent BAND of the 63rd Regiment . will, the kind permission of Col. Pole and the Officers, perform Selections from the most
2 February 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
J m o r¥i7o!^ SOLE INVENTOR OF THE TRANSPARENT ADHESIVE COURT AND CORN PLASTER: MANUFACTORY, No. 50, LEAZES CRESCENT, NEWCASTLE.

J m o r¥i7o!^ SOLE INVENTOR OF THE TRANSPARENT ADHESIVE COURT AND CORN PLASTER: MANUFACTORY, No. 50, LEAZES CRESCENT, NEWCASTLE.

' „ TO THE PUBLIC. fl accordance with a time-honoured Custom, I ,)e f . my sincere Thanks to those kind Friends have honoured m I T ° and Su - become here make empty boast of the extent of my Transactions, but I feel certain that it will be a pleasure to those Customers who.patr
2 February 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MISS EMILY GRANT, ! PROFESSOR OF ITALIAN, GERMAN, FRENCH, AND 1 ENGLISH SINGING, BEGS to announce that, to meet the

MISS EMILY GRANT, ! PROFESSOR OF ITALIAN, GERMAN, FRENCH, AND 1 ENGLISH SINGING, BEGS to announce that, to meet the

Wishes of various Parties, she has Arranged to receive Pupils hy the Set of Lessons, Quarterly, Half-i early, or Y<arly, the respective Terms for which may be known on Application to Miss Grant, 48, Blackett Street. N.B.—EVENING SUBSCRIPTION CLASSES for the Practice of Duetts, T
2 February 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST MARKETS.

THE LATEST MARKETS.

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.-) • LONDON MONEY MARKET—TESTER V. English market steady, some purchases by the government brokers giving an improving tone to the maiket Foreign stocks good. Mexicans advanced, upon the arrived tor dividends. Consols for account and money, 97V per Cents.
10 January 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.

NEWCASTLE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Jan. 8, THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SIR,— May I beg the favour of your inserting the following letter, from the Registrar cf ibe University London. '•'Somerset House, 7th Jan. 1852. "SIR, —I the honour to inform you that on the recommendation of the
10 January 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
? POUNDS REWARD. HEREAS some evil disposed Person or Per- T r'i-°n ¥l d t"e 26th about Bight the TRACES

? POUNDS REWARD. HEREAS some evil disposed Person or Per- T r'i-°n ¥l d t"e 26th about Bight the TRACES

attached one of the '• HANSOM'S SAFET CARS," and feloniously STEAL the WHl{\ above Reward is'offered fos the discovery ot the IHtonder or Offenders - and fur ther REWARD of TWO POUNDS offered for such Information shall lead to the apprehension of tbe Person or Persons who did fe
10 January 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, NEWCASTLE. THE BRILLIANT NEW COMIC XTOMIME. NIGHTLY B.ECEIVKD CROWDED 'HOUSES, WITH SHOUTS APPLAUSE. rpHIS DAY, SATURDAY, a GRAND

THEATRE ROYAL, NEWCASTLE. THE BRILLIANT NEW COMIC XTOMIME. NIGHTLY B.ECEIVKD CROWDED 'HOUSES, WITH SHOUTS APPLAUSE. rpHIS DAY, SATURDAY, a GRAND

DAY fi PERFORMANCE (to commence at Two precisely) The LADY AND THE DEVIL; and the PANTOMIME. This Evening, Saturday, ROLL OF THE DRUM ; and the PANTOMIME. TO LINEN & WOOLLEN" DRAPERS, HOSIERS, HABERDASHERS, AND OTHERS. I\TR. CLARK has received peremptory In- struetions from the
10 January 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England